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Here you will find instructions for play in and care of your new recorder as well as a guide to help you with your purchase decision of a new recorder and what to do against recorder croakiness. Furthermore we have added interesting links and addresses, magazines for recorder players and a small film Radio Bremen shot in our shop in Bremen.

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Marget Löbner Recorders

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SOPRANO RECORDER, 442 HZ, EUROP. BOXWOOD

I have developed a descant recorder in 442 Hz which is modelled on the 415 recorder. It is somewhat more slender in the hand and in tone than its "big sister" and excels in brilliance of tone. Only available in european boxwood.
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DESCANT RECORDER, 415 HZ, EUROP. BOXWOOD, MODEL: JAN STEENBERGEN

Copy of an istrument in Frans Bruggen's collection. It is made of european boxwood and can be supplied stained or unstained. As a concession to modern players I make it with three joints, i. e. with an adjustable foot and double finger-holes. Its tone is enchantingly brilliant. Buy here


TREBLE RECORDER, 442 HZ, EUROP. BOXWOOD

I can truly say that this instrument was developed by me.The result is a recorder which thanks to the use of european boxwood., has the supple and brilliant tone of a baroque instrument. It responds easily and the high pitch makes it suitable for playing with other modern instruments. I also make it from grenadill to order. Buy here


TREBLE RECORDER, 442 HZ, GRENADILL

I can truly say that this instrument was developed by me.The result is a recorder which thanks to the use of european boxwood., has the supple and brilliant tone of a baroque instrument. It responds easily and the high pitch makes it suitable for playing with other modern instruments. I also make it from european boxwood. Buy here


TREBLE RECORDER, 415 HZ, EUROP. BOXWOOD, MODEL: DEBEY

The original recorder is in the museum in Utrecht. Little is known about its maker. He was probably French and came to Holland in the eighteenth century. This recorder has a relatively wide bore and produces a full, warm and round tone. The instrument is very suitable for playing French baroque music. Buy here


TREBLE RECORDER, 392 HZ, EUROP. BOXWOOD, MODEL: BIZEY

A recorder tuned to French pitch. The original instrument is in the museum in Washington. It is of slender build and is not penetratingly loud. It has a full and sweet tone. I make it exclusively from european boxwood and with double finger-holes. Buy here


VOICE FLUTE, 415 HZ, EUROP. BOXWOOD, MODEL: JOH. CHR. DENNER

My voice flute is modelled on two instruments from the same craftsman - the voice flute in Frans Bruggen's collection and a further instrument from the museum in Nuremberg. The result is a voice flute with a lovely full "tenor-like" timbre. It encompasses two octaves with ease. This instrument, too, is made of european boxwood with double finger-holes.  Buy here



TENOR RECORDER, 415 HZ, INDIAN BOXWOOD, MODEL: DUPUIS

Here again the original instrument is French. It is now part of Frans Bruggen's collection. I don't produce an exact copy. For the convenience of modern players I have added a modern double key and a double finger-hole at hole number 6. I make this recorder from Indian boxwood to prevent it from being too heavy. I use a traditional method of staining. Its tone is full and warm. Buy here


SOPRANO RECORDER, 442 HZ, MAPLE/PLUMWOOD, MODEL MIDDLEAGE

Both the bore and the external shape of these instruments are completely cylindrical. They result from an attempt to reconstruct instruments depicted in fifteenth century paintings and engravings. This simplest of all basic forms has always appealed to me. Of unadorned appearance, and despite their limited range of one-and-a-half octaves, these instruments produce an impressively powerful and well-based tone. I supply them in two pitches in the keys of c and g. They are made of canadian maple or european fruit-tree wood. Buy here


SOPRANO RECORDER, 466 HZ, MAPLE/PLUMWOOD, MODEL MIDDLEAGE,

Both the bore and the external shape of these instruments are completely cylindrical. They result from an attempt to reconstruct instruments depicted in fifteenth century paintings and engravings. This simplest of all basic forms has always appealed to me. Of unadorned appearance, and despite their limited range of one-and-a-half octaves, these instruments produce an impressively powerful and well-based tone. I supply them in two pitches in the keys of c and g. They are made of canadian maple or european fruit-tree wood. Buy here


TREBLE RECORDER (G), 442 HZ, MAPLE/PLUMWOOD, MODEL MIDDLEAGE

Both the bore and the external shape of these instruments are completely cylindrical. They result from an attempt to reconstruct instruments depicted in fifteenth century paintings and engravings. This simplest of all basic forms has always appealed to me. Of unadorned appearance, and despite their limited range of one-and-a-half octaves, these instruments produce an impressively powerful and well-based tone. I supply them in two pitches in the keys of c and g. They are made of canadian maple or european fruit-tree wood. Buy here


TREBLE RECORDER (G), 442 HZ, MAPLE/PLUMWOOD, MODEL MIDDLEAGE

Both the bore and the external shape of these instruments are completely cylindrical. They result from an attempt to reconstruct instruments depicted in fifteenth century paintings and engravings. This simplest of all basic forms has always appealed to me. Of unadorned appearance, and despite their limited range of one-and-a-half octaves, these instruments produce an impressively powerful and well-based tone. I supply them in two pitches in the keys of c and g. They are made of canadian maple or european fruit-tree wood. Buy here